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Cafe Turko


900 N 34th St, Seattle
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Cafe Turko is a Turkish restaurant with mezzes and kebabs good enough to be worth the fear that comes with wondering if the metal tea kettle suspended above you is secured properly. Come here for a summer patio lunch, a low-key date, or weeknight takeout.

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